FHA Loans Gatesbu^ 111, Mday, Aug,,. 1.0,, 197323 Rates Raised (fiteibiifglfcgltteri Oaleaburg, ill. Clarified Advertising Dial mim office HOURS! Monday through Fftd»y— 8 A.M .4 :30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASH RATE •Effective March 1, 1971 Bmmess Smlee -7 | Help Wanted* Male-11 Wdt"d« 7-days 4-daya 1-day 31-3S Pigeon Patrol It's not protection these pigeons and ducks are seeking from pened to be some popcorn on the groundlinear, the bench Patrolman Fred Dodson as he rests on a park bench in and the birds just couldn't'steyaway. UNIFAX Forest Park, St. Louis, while his horse grazes. There hap- Eight Declines Offer of GAINESVILLE, Fla. (UPI) now," Lemmer.said. "I'm not — The key prosecution witness afraid to answer any of these in .the Gainesville Eight con-questions" spiracy trial declined the offer of a court-appointed attojrney todlay and said he was not answer questions role as an FBI afraid to about his informer. William H. Lemmer, 23, turned down U. S. District Judge Winston E. Arnow's offer to provide Sum with an attorney after Amow first advised Lemmer of his constitutional rights. "I'll give you my answers The Gainesville Eight, members of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (WAW), are 1 accused of conspiring to violently disrupt last year's Republican National Convention at Miami Beach. Amow sent fine jury out during the questioning of Lemmer to decide whether he should allow Lemmer's testimony concerning his rcfle as an informer .entered into evidence. Defense attorney Brady Cole |man told the judge in chambers that the defense intended to prove that Lemmer acted <as an agent provocateur and cited six different incidents, i Coleman said Lemmer "aided" in an . attempted firebomlbing at the old main | dormitory at the University of Arkansas in 1971; urged others to take guns to blacks in Cairo, HI.; was involved in writing bomb thread notes and making |ibomb threat phone calls; encouraged others to close the Washington Monument, and encouraged an illegal trespass'said Tinker Air Force Base Oklahoma'City. Defense attorneys objected to sending the" jury out. They said this would "amount to a dress rehearsal" and tip Lemmer off on what he would be asked before toe jury. Amdw also (bold the attorneys in his chambers he had been investigating possible violations |of his gag rule prohibiting all palrtitipanits in (the trial, from discussing M with the news Imedia. "I've got some FBI agents investigating possible violations of my order," he •Hill, Inc. NOW YEAR-END SPECIALTY WASHINGTON (UP!) -!~2eT3T President Nixon signed legislation Friday extending authority for the Federal House Adminis* tration to grant low-interest loans at least until Oct. 1 to fijase $the : iaurrent .stffeeie on rnmie Mortgage money. • j Simultaneous- with W h i tel House announcement of Nixon's acUotty- the FHA issued a "statement raying its"-maximum interest rW on single and multiple-family.. dwellings was being raised' from 7 per cent to 7.75 per cent. FHA authority to grant low- interest loans to would-be homebuyerS expired June 30. Interim Measure The interim measure signed by/;- Nixon and, cleared by • Congress ; s a i week ago is Resigned provide more time for the White House to reach agreement with the House and Senate on,a tf bill to extend the FHA's authority to make such J^ans until ngxt June 30;.. " The boost in the FHA's maximum interest rate had beenj expected Housing Secre taryJartuk T. Lyhh, whose department |u$lude> the. FHA, said July 5 that he intended to raise the rate as^sodn as the I FHA's lending authority was restored. • V " J ' Insure Loans Under the new bill, FHA also gets renewal of its authority to insure loans for home improvements and mobile homes. The bill that would extend FHA's authority for a full year has been stalled in Congress because of two amendments Iwhich House and Senate negotiators believe would precipitate a presidential veto. I One amendment, sponsored by Sen. William Proxmire, D- Wis., would force the administration to spend money for subsidized housing programs which Nixon suspended to hold down government spending. The other, by Sen. Adlai E. Stevenson III, D-Ill., would require the government to finance repairs on homes which passed FHA appraisal: }i • The Stevenson amendment conferees to require the funds conferees to requiret he funds to be paid directly on the repair so that a recipient could not spend it for something else. 5.21 | 3.78 1.80 6.13 4.20 1.68 8.76 | 4.49 | 1.82 7.84 5.24 2.13 Blind Ad Charge—50c Card of Thanks, In Memoriam, Lodge Notices, Other Notices, 1 inch or leas—82.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad Is paid within 8 days from date of Mat insertion, Notices • Lodge— 3 1* GALESBUKG COMMANDERY No. 8 ANNUAL picnic at Lake Storey Lion's Shelter No. 1, Monday, Aug, 13, 1973 at 6;30 P.M. Rolls and drink furnished. Theodore R. Clarke, Comm. Eric G. Hale, Recorder CITYWIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apts., business offices, store's and factories. 1 dttblc yard thru 80 cubic yard size's. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. Call low bidder Bill, 3421134. 24 years of experience. WEED MOWING 343-5949 LAWN BUILDING Steve Wilson—343-3946 MCDONALD'S Boys 1« years old or 61def, Applications are now being taken for the coming school year. WANTlD — Kltehett help. Must apply in person after 5 p.m. Pitt* Hut, 898 W. Fremont 8t. MAN for broiler work, some experience preferred. Apply inptrson, JmVs Steak .House, after, 8.:30. LOCAL Managerneeds individual to assist in retail business. Will train. $8,500 plus good bonus. Call Jim Scaltergdod, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smitti Personnel. HOME IMPROVEMENTS Remodeling and roofing. Paul Wilson, 343-3946. G & G PAINTING service, free estimates. Reasonable. Insured. Houses, barns, metal roofs, hog sheds in the field. Will go anywhere and paint anything. Phone Oquawka 867-5101 or Keithsburg 374-2247. HELP WANTED — L.P. Gas MalT- ager with sales and service experience to manage a bulk anil bottle L.P. Gas Department for Stock Land PS, Inc. Apply at 1010 N. Main Street, Monmouth, Illinois. . . _ EXPERIENCED drywall hangeifs wanted. 4l«c per ft. Phone 2892697. WANTED — Roofing and chimney repair. All work guaranteed. 20 years experience, 342-0247. Notices - Other—I ON AND after this date, August 10, 1973, I Will not be responsible' for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. •Dest Harshbai-fier R.R. 3, Galesburg, 111. Notices - Special - Personal—5 DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about It? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179 24 hours. Confidential, PREGNANT and NEED HELP? : Call Birthright 343-4913 Business Service—7 Transportation—• RIDE or rider wanted to Peoria, dally, leave Galesburg 6 A.M., leave Peoria 3 P.M. Call 343-5422. Child Care-10 AREA company needs Individual to train at home office then move into territory. $7,800 plus. Cfil Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel..... OFFSET Small aggressive company, seeks well qualified and experienced offset pressman, to print on plastic sheets. Excellent Op- BABYSITTER wanted days, Knoxville area. Call 343-7960 after 6 P.M. STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 Air Conditioned 342-3060 BABYSITTER wanted in my home, beginning Sept. 4, Monroe St. Hours -10 to 4 weekdays. Write Box 967, care Galesburg Regls- ler-Mall. J St J PAINTERS, brush or spray. Free estimates. Reference. Ph. 342-6036. PAINT Service — Interior and exterior, minor repairs and roofing. Reasonable rates. Free estimate, CaU 462-3988. UNDECIDED?—SAVE NOW Let us fix your roofs, chimneys and foundations. New or repair, at last years prices. Work guaranteed. G. A. Simpson, _343-0437. WANTED odd Jobs, home repair, paneling and carpenter, cement work, guttering, waterproofing painting. Allen Brlggs, 343-7684. BABYSITTER wanted in Silas Wll- lard area, for 2 children. Phone 342-6631 after 5. RELIABLE babysitter In my home 5 days week, 7:30 A.M.-5 P.M. 191 Lake St. Must have own transportation, references required. 342-7155 after 5. Help Wanted- Male—11 HIGH SCHOOL Seniors for piano and organ moving. Gamble Music. Apply in person portuntty to grow and advance. . Many fringe benefits including , profit sharing and pension plans. Write or call. Mr. Margolles, President Key Industries Inc. 215 Taylor, East Peoria, 111. 309-694-3138. ARE YOU TIRED Of factories and construction work? We will employ 2 go-getters who want a solid future. Interesting work with opportunity of $150-$175 per week, with rapid advancement. Experience not required but must be ambitious and able to get along with people. Phone 3432108 before 10 A.M. An equal opportunity employer. WE HAVE opening for man with some mechanical experience Interested in steady work and possible part time bus driving. Gales-' burg Bus Co.. 342-1010. AMBULANCE Attendants wanted for part time. Send resume to P.O. Box 292, Galesburg, 111. Help Wanted - Female—12 BASEMENT CLEANING ' Phone 343-2458 WANTED — Man experienced In roofing Installations to work full time For new local firm or will consider subcontracting roofing jobs to qualified person on a profitable basis. Phone 343-7818, 9 to 3. _____ HELP wanted in the toy department; also hard goods department, 32 to 40 hours a week. Union wages. Apply In person at Bclscot's. _____ BEAUTICIAN WANTED At Salon Supreme. 342-2310. WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 WANTED: Any type home repair: cement, carpenter work, basement ' waterproofing, gutters, S alnting. Work guaranteed. 553 E. rooks. 343-9563. 73 Plymouth Fury. Where else can you get so much car for the money? '&8SKKS8 PM AUTH0WII0 Plymouth Fury Gran Coupt _ "(RS...runs on regular gas.) Strong, solid* reliable Fury. With beautiful A tremendous va!u*-eapeclaUy pow at our styling, big room, great etandard features, year-end prices. C'mon In and comparel 73 Chrysler. Luxury that's especially affordable at our year-end prices. Chryiltr Newport 4>Door$rfan QIDAA (RS... runs on regular gas.) If you're looking for a great car at a great price, its elegance, you'll find Chrysler is surprisingly compare our 73 Chrysler with any big.car. For all affordable-especially at our year-end prices. nd prices GOTTENBORG-HILL, Inc. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH SALES & SERVICE 1611 GRAND AVE. PH. 342-0141 Bus Swerves Into Canal |Near Cairo CAIRO (UPI) - Police said today between 70 and 80 persons were feared drowned Thursday when a bus swerved to avoid a horse drawn cart and skidded into an irrigation canal 70 miles southwest of Cairo. , They said there were 12 [survivors and that Navy frogmen had recovered 25 bodies. Police said they were told at tfirst 140 persons were jammed into the bus but later reports said' 80 to 90 persons were aboard. ' Transport Minister" Husseini Abdel-Latif issued a brief statement which put the death toll at 23, but this was before the 25 bodies were recovered. He said the 12 persons (hospitalized had now been released. The minister said a special committee headed by an undersecretary had been formed to investigate the accident and compensation was being paid to the families of the victims. The . bus was -completely submerged, today, rescuers vised a heavy, crane' to drag it out of the 30-foot-wide canal, but found no bodies aboard, police sources said. They said by mid-afternoon rescuers had recovered 25 bodies. Robs Bank During Lunch PITTSBURGH (UPI) - John Nicholas, an employe of a downtown bank, was charged Thursday with robbing a bank a few doors away. "Nicholas, 36, faces grand jury action on a charge of taking $1,208 from a teller at the Union National Bank. Police claim Nicholas, employed by I Mellon National Bank, checked i in for work July 31 and | committed the robbery during I'his lunch hour. Crochet A Shawl CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is ac tually extracted, not just surface cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Ron's Steamlincr, 3424232. MECHANICAL and parts men wanted. Apply in person between B A.M. - 5 P.M. D & D Automotive and Toyota, 2102 Grand BARTENDER WANTED , Phone 289-2841 between 7 and 11 A.M. SUPPLEMENT your Income — Sell AVON. Set your own hours, they can be either Day time and/or Evening. Call 342-1622 or write AVON MANAGER, P.O. Box 138S, Galesburg. 111. 61401. EARN $200 to $500 per week selling and instaUlng mobile home skirting. Exclusive* county dealerships available. Write or call; Marcus Industries, 3611 North Vermilion. Danville, Illinois 61832. (217) 443-6100. MAKE TOP PAY THE PLAYHOUSE WAY Demonstrate Toys and Gifts Work til December Weekly pav — S&H Green Stamps No delivering or collecting No experience necessary CaU Estllle 054-2051 Janet 319-754-5218 PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For estimates call 342-3996 time. FuUy Insured. free any- B&R CARPET SERVICE New tc Used Installed Repairs — All Kindt 342-465* , ' " ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 342-0521 WHITE SPACE INCREASES READERSHIP OF THE WANT ADS NEW SALESMEN needed for major insurance company expanding in area. Salary plus commission. Call 343-9077 for appolnt- ment. SUCCESSFUL salesman" wanted, top wages, fringe benefits and plenty leads. Call Mr. Brown, 9 A.M. to 12 noon, 342-5016 for app't. ADJUSTERS INVESTIGATORS Will train to become branch managers In consumer finance. Rapid advancement, outstanding salary opportunities and employee benefits. Must be at least high 'school graduate and have a serviceable automobile. Veterans on the job training approved. GENERAL FINANCE CORP. 108 E. Main St., Galesburg 342-6141 DRIVER-OWNER-OPERATOR with cabover tandem axle tractor, will need an Indiana base plate, which goes on sale for half price on Aug. 1. Steady work. For more details call Ringle Express collect, Mollne. 111. 309-799-5171 RARE opportunity — local expanding business needs Individual experienced In meeting the public for light sales work In this area. Ages 22-55. Better than average position. Dignified work with good future. Replies confidential. Send brief resume and phone number to Post Office Box 379, Galesburg or call 343-7818. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES (partial listing) Estimator—Constr. Firm f 18,000 Project Engr.—New Prod. ..! 114,000 Indus'1. Tech.—Engr. Dept. 113,000 Indus'l. Engr.—Fee Paid ! 113,000 Draftsman—Structural : 112,000 I Tool Design—Nat'l. Co ! 12,000 Machinist-Fee Paid $10,000 Diesel Mech.—Area Firm 89,000 Service Mgr.—Trainee „ |9,000 Maint. Man—Area oppty,! S9.000 Foreman—Growth pot'l. .-.$9,000 Bulk Driver—Farm bkgrnd. . $6,500 Orain Operator—Fee P;iid $0,500 Stock Clerk—Local! $6,500 Call Bob Tllton, .'142-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel OPERATOR For Small Offset Press Wagoner Printing Co. 306 B. Simmons GRANDVIEW 2 Part Time Night Waitresses Apply in person GRANDVIEW 2221 Grand Ave; SECRETARIAL AND General Office Work Must have Shorthand Wagoner Printing Co. 306 E. Simmons NOW interviewing for full or part time waitresses. Wajo- man's Restaurant at the Holiday inn. MOTHERS — HOUSEWIVES Sell Toys & Gifts FREE SAMPLE KIT MERHI MAC TOY SHOWS Box 215, New Windsor 667-2294 MOTEL maid, steady. 9 a.m.-l:30 p.m„ Monday through Saturday. Call 342-0109. WOMAN— 20 or over to work in office. Should enjoy talking wiU» people as work Involves considerable telephoning 343-7818. RAPID ADVANCEMENT possible in sales spot for career minded •son. $368 plus bonus. CaU EeKSrT 342 -7ii2. Wlttle. VW- or 8c Smith Personnel. LADIES to work part time on new cosmetic program for North Side Drug In Galesburg. Flexible working hours. Complete free training. Car necessary. For Interview app't. call 342-1185. CONCESSION girls and cashiers wanted for Orpheum, West and Drlve-In Theatres. Must be la or over. $1.50 per hour. Apply in person at Orpheum Theatre after 7;30 P.M. DAY and night waitress, also kitchen help, nights. Apply Bcserras Taco House. . CARPENTER wanted at once. Must be experienced and willing to work. Phone 342-7872 alter 3 P.M. NOTE: Band Pattern Ofdsrs direct to New York. Walcb address below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper .office. Fling on a shawl — most graceful way to go places. Fashion loves the dash and smash of giant shawls. Crochet this lacy model in quick time with kitting worsted. A great chill-chaser. Pattern 793: easy to follow directions. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Galesburg Register-Mail, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station. New York, N.Y., 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address. Zip. NEW I 1974 Needle craft Catalog covers the creative scene- knit, crochet, fashions, embroidery, quilts, more! - . . -75c NEW! Sfw it Knit Book has basic tissue pattern $1.25 NEW! Needlepoint Book $1.00 NEW! Flower Crocbei S1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Crochet 890k $1.00 Instant Money Book - $1.00 Instant Macrame Book . . $1.00 Complete Gift Boole $l.n» Compute Afghan* No. H $1 no 12 Prize Afghani No. 12 50c- Book of It quilt* No. 1 50c Museum Quilt Book No. 2 50c 15 Quilt* for Today No. 3 5Uc Book ei 15 JUry Bug* SOc SALES: Local territory for Individual with business or sales background. Degree helpful. $9,000, fee paid. Call Jim Scattergood, 3421112. Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. PRINTER for offset 'plant In Peoria. Excellent opportunity. Call for_appointment, 674-6022. WANTED — Truck driver and warehouseman. Klinck's Furniture, Knoxville. Apply in person, no phone calls. GENERAL OFFICE: Variety of duties, small office. Shorthand helpful. $300 plus benefits. Call Elaine Elder, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. '' in 5Ut KITCHEN Help wanted, person, Knox Manor, 8 St. Apply 120 E. GENERAL OFFICE: Versatility key word In this prestige spot. $8.24,0 plus benefits. Call Elaine Hdejj 342-1112, Wittle, Personnel. le Pryor St Smit FULL or part time grill cook for air conditioned kitchen. Experience preferred but not necessary, For furthe? information call 343r 8649 before 5 p.m. or 342-6415 af. ter 7 p.m„ Northgate Lounge, and ask for Jack Ehes, ATTRACTIVE ladles with nice figures and personalities wanted for sales positions with International company. Good salary. CaU Misj Brown for app't, 342-9104. Help Wanted > Male. Female—IS JANITOR part time at the Army Reserve Center. Write T. Neuman, 2109 S. 7th, Sheboy gan, Wisconsin, 53081. (Continued on Page 24) Help Wanted - Male-11 Help Wanted • Male-11 PERMANENT PART TIME HELP WANTED WORK APPROXIMATELY 2 HOURS DAILY 6 DAY A WEEK Delivering Galesburg Register-Mail to Carriers and Post Offices in Our Area. RETIRED GENTLEMEN WELCOMED Apply in person — 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. See: MR. NEMETH Circulation Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail .140 S. Prairie St.
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